1928 May 21 Annville News

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1928 May 21 Annville News - 775 Cumberland Street. COUNTY SONS OF AMERICA...
775 Cumberland Street. COUNTY SONS OF AMERICA HELD CONVENTION AT ANNVILLE The sixteenth annual convention of the Lebanon County Patriotic Order Sons of America was held in Annville on Saturday afternoon, with five delegates present from each of the seventeen camps of the county. In all there were more than one hundred In attendance. Camp 87, the local lodge, was host to the convention in the P. 0. S. of A. hall on West Main street, when officers were elected for the new year, as follows: President, Miles Pelffer, Camp 381, Lebanon; vice- president, H. A. Kintzer, Camp 160, Richland; master of forms, Howard Koons, Camp 66, Lebanon; recording secretary, William Blessing, Camp 160, Richland; financial secretary, Clifford Strauss, Camp 258, Fredericksburg; treasurer, C. S. Manmiller, Camr. 192, Palmyra; con- 'ductor, Robert Goshert, Camp 70, Quentln; inspector, Emery Miller, Camp' 87, Annville; guard, Allen Derr, Gamp 381, Lebanon; trustee, Elmer A. Reist, Camp 256, Schaefferstown. Claude ;Poor.man, secretary of the local lodge, welcomed the assemblage, after whic.h addresses were made by State President W. H. Long, of Hanover; Field Man A. D. Miller, of'Union'county; State Secretary C. B. Helms, of Philadelphia; Past National President G. H. Mover;-State Master of Forms J. G. Ziegler, of Camp 254, Lebanon; Past State President W. J. Noll, of Camp 64, Myerstown, of Quentin; county president of Berks county, W. E. Klopp. The addresses were, greatly enjoyed. Palmyra has been selected as the meeting place for the 1929 convention. The following district presidents were selected:. District 1, J. Fred Buser, Camp 707, Hebro'n; District 2, Morris Achey, Camp 32, •Avon; District 3, A. E. Frye, Camp 192, Palmyra. '.'After 'the: business session in " charge of President Fred Petry,, of- Camp 289, Rexmont, a fine social '" time was enjoyed. Dainty lunches ,- made up neatly in individual boxes were enjoyed with lemonade, fol- •> lowed by cigars. These were pro<T p'ared by a committee of Camp 87, with Dawson Yake as chairman, assisted by Emery Miller and Clyde " } Rohland. -The visiting delegation • voted 'Camp 87 as first-class hosts, declar- ;' Jng-they had a most splendid time, 1- 'A. „ Students' Recitals The recitals given by the advanced students of the conservatory of music of Lebanon Valley College this week include: Tuesday Evening-rGrace Daniel, organ; Hilda Hess, voice? Helen Longenecker,.voice;.Alcesta Slichter, piano; Gladys Carraridar; voice." Saturday Evening — Hilda Hess, piano; Merle Becker, voice; Leah Miller, voice; Wesley Carpenter, voice; Christine Evans, organ; Ruth Strubhar, organ. Honor Guests Mr. and .; Mrs. Felix Kreider, of Sheridan avenue,, gave a dinner on Sunday.in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tinker, of New Philadelphia, Ohio. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tinker, of New Philadelphia, Ohio; Misses Gamber and Miller, of Harrisburg; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bewley and family, Miss Esther Klopp and J. Smoll, of Reading; Miss K. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Ylngst, Miss K. Yingst, of Lebanon; H. Yingst, of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. O. Nace, Francis Hartman and Mr. and Mrs. F. Kreider, of Annville. • 'Attended Meeting of College Presidents Dr. George D. Gossard, as president of Lebanon Valley College; Prof. S. O. Grimm, registrar; Dr. O. E. Reynolds, head of the Department of Education, on Friday attended a meeting of the College Presidents' Association of the State of Pennsylvania, held at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. Announced Births A daughter was born jto Mr. and Mrs. Rath Sprague at the Sanatorium,'Lebanon, on Saturday. Mrs. Sprague was the former Miss Marion Zimmerman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Zimmerman, of Annville. The Spragues' home is In Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howard announce the birth of a baby last week, the first born. The mother was Miss Rene Boger. They are receiving felicitations from a host of friends. Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner'was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Bordlemay P. 0. of A. to Celebrate Camp 16, P. O. of A., will celebrate their twenty-eighth anniversary on Friday evening, May 26. A State officer is expected' to deliver the main address of the evening. Mrs. Mae Imboden is in charge of the program which Is being arranged. All the members are urged to be present. Happy Birthday Mrs. Roy Bowers, who is confined to the Sanatorium, Lebanon, passed a birthday last week. Although she is confined to bed, the' day was a happy one, for many friends remembered her on this day by sending flowers and birthday greetings. Mrs. Bowers is coming along nicely and if she continues in this manner, It is expected she will return to her home shortly. Dr. Gossard.in Demand as Orator Accepting several invitations to speak at High school commencement exercises, Dr. G. D. Gossard will go to Strausburg, Lancaster county, on Thursday to deliver the address at the High school commencement. He will also speak to the members of the graduating class and friends at Ellzabethville on Friday. June 14 Dr. Gossard will deliver the commencement address at Minersvllle. 'Attending Convention Mrs. Anna Brewer is attending the Pocahontas convention in West Chester this week as a delegate of Cayugas Council, Daughters of Pocahontas, No. (1,07. Personal Mention "Dr. G. D. Gossard spoke at a combined meeting of the Men's Bible classes at Jeanette, Pa., on Sunday evening. Ralph Underwood returned to, his home in Jersey City, N, J., after spending a week's vacation here with his grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Seabold. Mrs. W, L. Braun spent several days in Harrlsburg with her son, Willis Braun, and wife. Miss Florence Nye left for Chesapeake City, Md., on Friday to spend the week-end with her sister, Miss Quebe Nye, who >is a teacher there In the commercial'department of the High school. Robert- Kreider, of Norristown, spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Kreider. Miss Anna Saylor, of Reading, is visiting Mr. and Mrs: Clayton P, at to a of

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 21 May 1928, Mon,
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